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Is X-Wire dead?

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by Rockbobmel, Apr 25, 2002.


  1. Rockbobmel

    Rockbobmel Supporting Member

    Is the x-wire the ONLY solution for wireless? Why is there no equal? You can't even get an x-wire. Even if you could, you'r screwed for repairs.

    This totally makes me mental.
     
  2. Wxp4759cb

    Wxp4759cb

    Nov 23, 2000
    Kansas City, MO
    If you want full range then I think Xwire is your only choice. Also the "newer" Xwires are only 16 bit, which isn't that great. The older were either 20 or 24.
     
  3. Brendan

    Brendan Supporting Member

    Jun 18, 2000
    Austin, TX
    It was 24 bit.
    It slays me that it's in production anymore. Which makes my search for one all the more in vain. Guess I'll have to settle for a Shure UHF...grumble grumble...
     
  4. jasonbraatz

    jasonbraatz

    Oct 18, 2000
    Oakland, CA
    i think there are a few other digital wirelesses out...



    but why the heck would they discontinue such an incredible wireless system? price?
     
  5. Brendan

    Brendan Supporting Member

    Jun 18, 2000
    Austin, TX
    I think Senheiser (sp?) "Bought them out." Nothing hurts the Wireless market like a clear cut leader. :rolleyes: Remember in the Simpsons when Bill Gates buy's out Homer? Yeah. I'm thinkin that's what happened. Course, then I have to wonder why they don't use the X-wire tech themselves...:confused:

    I wanna X-Wire!